The Greyboy Allstars are a San Diego jazz group created in the early 1990s. The founding members of the group were Karl Denson, Robert Walter, Chris Stillwell, Elgin Park, AKA Mike Andrews, and Zak Najor. The group was formed following the successful earlier collaboration of Dj Greyboy with Denson on the albums Home Cookng and Freestylin’, and originally featured Dj Greyboy playing tracks over the core bands instrumentals. The Greyboy Allstars mix soul jazz with a blend of hip hop beats, creating a style of music that seems to attract snowboarders, surfers, and skateboarders. In 1995, The Greyboy Allstars released their first album, “West Coast Boogaloo,” featuring trombonist Fred Wesley. Since then, the band have produced a concert document known as “Live” and their second studio LP, “A Town Called Earth”. They will release What Happened to Television on April 17, 2007, their first album since 1997.